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How to Make Your Wedding Memorable

Updated on January 26, 2017

You’re in the process of planning your wedding. Your big day is finally arriving and the wedding you’ve been dreaming of since you were a little girl is just within your reach. But like another bride-to-be, you want a wedding that’s truly unforgettable.

You want yours to be unique. You want your guests to remember the occasion for the years to come. Does it have to cost you a lot of money to achieve such a thing? Not really, especially if you plan it really well and wisely.

So to help you out a bit, here are some things that you can do to make your wedding completely memorable. These will help make your guests have a grand time.

1. Offer a welcome drink.

Your wedding guests surely will only expect to get their hands on a drink during the wedding reception. But you can surprise them by having the waiters welcome all the guests with a refreshing drink. If the weather’s a bit hot, a cold drink will be very much appreciated.

2. Keep it short.

What I mean is keep the ceremony short because a long and potentially dragging event will only bore everybody. You’d see people glancing on their watches, looking at the distance or even feeling fidgety in their seats. Prevent those from happening by holding a brief wedding ceremony. People are naturally easily bored and distracted, so might as well make sure that they don’t have enough time to feel that way.

3. Get your wedding gown preserved.

That’s after the wedding, of course. There are companies that offer wedding dress cleaning and preservation so you can turn your gown into a keepsake. So that later you may hand it over to your daughter, a relative, or a friend. Your bridal dress is sure to last for decades.

4. Eat before the ceremony.

You have probably seen funny videos on TV or the internet of brides and grooms passing out during the wedding ceremony. This is mainly because they didn’t eat a proper meal prior to the solemn event. Eat a meal that’s rich in protein and complex carbohydrates to make sure that you have enough energy to last you for hours.

5. Prepare a unique wedding giveaway.

Make your guests feel extra special by giving them a gift they can’t easily forget. For example, prepare a wedding tote bag and fill it with products that you can source locally. Perhaps there’s a local winery in your area. You can purchase small bottles or samples of their wines that you can put inside your gift bags. Surely you can think of and find locally produced gift items that are worth sharing to your guests.

Make it a day to remember!

These are just some of the wedding ideas that you can do to make your special day truly memorable. However, at the end of the day, a wedding is a day for you and your special someone to celebrate the love you have for each other. So always keep that in mind.


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